- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Massachusetts, Prison Policy Initiative. October, 2009. "Five of Massachusetts’ House districts meet federal minimal population requirements only because the state treats prisoners as residents of the district with the prison."
- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Oklahoma, Prison Policy Initiative. September, 2009. ([B]y relying on Census Bureau counts of prison populations to pad out legislative districts with prisons, Oklahoma is inflating the votes of residents who live near prisons at the expense of every other resident in the state.)
- Report Submitted to Inter-American Commission on Human Rights [PDF] Sentencing Project. September, 2009. "In the United States, nearly two million African Americans – or 8.25 percent of the African American population – are disenfranchised, a rate three times the national average."
- Expanding the Vote State Felony Disenfranchisement Reform, 1997-2008, [PDF] Sentencing Project. September, 2009. "A reform movement across the United States over the past eleven years has resulted in more than 760,000 citizens having regained their right to vote."
- Phantom Constituents in Maine's Regional School Unit 13: How the Census Bureau's outdated method of counting prisoners harms democracy, Prison Policy Initiative. January, 2009. "The designers of the school board’s weighted voting system have given every group of 10 residents of Thomaston the same power over school district decisions as each group of 11 residents in the other towns."
- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Wisconsin, Prison Policy Initiative. March, 2008.
- Phantom constituents in the Empire State: How outdated Census Bureau methodology burdens New York counties, Prison Policy Initiative. July, 2007.
- Barriers to Democracy A Petition to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights for a Thematic Hearing on Felony Disenfranchisement Practice, [PDF] Sentencing Project. May, 2007. "The time is long overdue for the United States to follow the lead of its hemispheric neighbors and the broader international community, uphold treaties to which the United States is obligated, and take steps toward universal suffrage by reforming its crim"
- Challenges to Felony Disenfranchisement Laws Past, Present, and Future, [PDF] Alabama Law Review. May, 2007. "[T]he best way to achieve the goal of abolition is to generate press and harness public outrage to bring about legislative change."
- The Modern-Day Poll Tax How Economic Sanctions Block Access to the Polls, [PDF] Sentencing Project. May, 2007. "Low-income individuals face felon voting bans when they are required to pay all the legal financial obligations associated with a conviction before regaining the right to vote, resulting in the de facto disenfranchisement of countless individuals."
- Felony Disenfranchisement Laws in The United States Sentencing Project. April, 2007. "Overview of felony disenfranchisement policy and implications, includes state-by-state table illustrating the categories of persons disenfranchised due to a felony conviction."
- Felon Disenfranchisement in Alaska and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 Alaska Law Review. December, 2006. "[A] case brought in Alaska [...] may well invalidate the state's practice of disenfranchising felons on the basis of its racially disproportionate impact."
- Felony Disenfranchisement in the Commonwealth of Kentucky [PDF] League of Women Voters of Kentucky. October, 2006. "Kentucky has the highest African American disenfranchisement rate in the country with nearly one of every 4 African Americans ineligible to vote. This rate is nearly triple the national African American disenfranchisement rate."
- Felony Disenfranchisement in Connecticut [PDF] Sentencing Project. October, 2006.
- A Decade of Reform: Felony Disenfranchisement Policy in the United States, [PDF] Sentencing Project. October, 2006.
- Briefing Sheet on Felon Disenfranchisement [PDF] Sentencing Project. August, 2006. (frequently updated)
- Losing the Right to Vote: Perceptions of Permanent Disenfranchisement and the Civil Rights Restoration Application Process in Kentucky, [PDF] Sentencing Project, Elizabeth A. Wahler. April, 2006.
- Why the Census Bureau can and must start collecting the home addresses of incarcerated people, Prison Policy Initiative. February, 2006. "Counting prisoners as residents of the prison location causes unexpected distortions in Census data for rural communities and creates significant burdens on state and local legislative data users who rely on the Census for redistricting purposes."
- A 'Crazy-Quilt' of Tiny Pieces: State and Local Administration of American Criminal Disenfranchisement Law, [PDF] Alec Ewald, Sentencing Project. November, 2005.
- Studies of Voting Behavior and Felony Disenfranchisement Among Individuals in the Criminal Justice System in New York, Connecticut, and Ohio, [PDF] Sentencing Project. September, 2005. (Prisoners with felony convictions "often believed that their criminal justice involvement still disenfranchised them, even though the majority of those persons we interviewed were eligible to vote at the time.")
- Prisoners of the Census: Electoral and Financial Consequences of Counting Prisoners Where They Go, Not Where They Come From, [PDF] Eric Lotke and Prison Policy Initiative. April, 2005.
- Issue Brief on the Impact of Incarceration & Reentry: Rhode Island's Shrinking Black Electorate, [PDF] Rhode Island Right to Vote Campaign. February, 2005.
- Barred for Life: Voting Rights Restoration in Permanent Disenfranchisement States, [PDF] Sentencing Project. January, 2005.
- Taxation Without Representation: Why Rhode Island needs to restore voting rights to people with felony convictions living in our communities, [PDF] Rhode Island Right to Vote Campaign. 2005.
- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Montana, Prison Policy Initiative. December, 2004.
- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Nevada, Prison Policy Initiative and Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada. December, 2004.
- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Texas, Prison Policy Initiative. November, 2004.
- Triple-Decker Disenfranchisement: First-Person Accounts of Losing the Right to Vote among Poor, Homeless Americans with a Felony Conviction, [PDF] Sentencing Project. November, 2004.
- No Second Chance: People with Criminal Records Denied Access to Public Housing, Human Rights Watch. November, 2004.
- Purged! How Flawed and Inconsistent Voting Systems Could Deprive Millions of Americans of the Right to Vote, [PDF] ACLU. October, 2004.
- Jim Crow in Massachusetts? Prisoner disenfranchisement, Prison Policy Initiative. October, 2004.
- Actual Constituents: Students and Political Clout in New York, Prison Policy Initiative. October, 2004. (how students are counted in the Census, why that makes sense (as opposed to how prisoners are counted) and why it makes no sense at all for some counties to discourage students from voting locally)
- The Right to Vote: The Campaign to Restore the Voting Rights of Persons Convicted of a Felony and Sentenced to Probation in Connecticut, [PDF] DemocracyWorks. September, 2004.
- The 50-State Report on Re-Enfranchisement: A Guide to Restoring Your Right to Vote, [PDF] Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights. September, 2004.
- The Vanishing Black Electorate: Felony Disenfranchisement In Atlanta, Georgia, [PDF] Sentencing Project. September, 2004.
- Political Punishment: The Consequences of Felon Disenfranchisement for Rhode Island Communities, [PDF] Rhode Island Family Life Center. September, 2004.
- The Disenfranchisement Of The Re-Enfranchised: How Confusion Over Felon Voter Eligibility in Ohio Keeps Qualified Ex-Offender Voters From the Polls, [PDF] Prison Reform Advocacy Center. August, 2004.
- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Ohio, Prison Policy Initiative. July, 2004.
- Too big to ignore: How counting people in prisons distorted Census 2000, Prison Policy Initiative. April, 2004.
- Felony Disenfranchisement Rates for Women [PDF] Sentencing Project. March, 2004.
- Prisoners of the Census Miscounting prisoners undercounts democracy, [Website] Prison Policy Initiative. March, 2004.
- Punishing at the Polls: The Case Against Disenfranchising Citizens with Felony Convictions, [PDF] Alec Ewald, Demos. December, 2003.
- Diminished Voting Power in the Latino Community The Impact of Felony Disenfranchisement Laws in Ten Targeted States, [PDF] MALDEF. December, 2003.
- Legislative Changes on Felony Disenfranchisement, 1996-2003 [PDF] Sentencing Project. September, 2003.
- Incarceration and Enfranchisement: International Practices, Impact and Recommendations for Reform, [PDF] Brandon Rottinghaus, International Foundation for Election Systems. June, 2003.
- Disenfranchised Veterans in the United States [PDF] Sentencing Project. June, 2003.
- The Partisan Politics of Ex-Felon Disenfranchisement Laws (excepts), [PDF] Jason Belmont Conn. May, 2003.
- Jail-based voter registration campaigns [PDF] Sentencing Project. May, 2003.
- State-Based Advocacy on Felony Disenfranchisement [PDF] Sentencing Project. February, 2003.
- Democratic Contraction: Political Consequences of Felon Disenfranchisement in the United States, [PDF] Profs. Uggen and Manza. November, 2002.
- Impact of Recent Legal Changes in Felon Voting Rights in Five States [PDF] Profs Uggen and Manza. October, 2002. (Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Mexico and Texas)
- Re-Enfranchisement! A guide for individual restoration of voting rights in states that permanently disenfranchise former felons, [PDF] Advancement Project. September, 2002.
- Summary of Changes to State Felon Disenfranchisement Laws, 1865-2003, [PDF] Profs. Uggen and Manza. September, 2002.
- Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in New York, Prison Policy Initiative. April, 2002. (Study of the effect of counting urban prisoners as rural residents for purposes of state legislative redistricting)
- Justice Denied: How felony disenfranchisement laws undermine democracy, [PDF] Americans for Democratic Action Education Fund. March, 2002.
- Criminal Disenfranchisement in Minnesota [PDF] Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. January, 2002.
- Regaining the Vote: An Assessment of Activity Relating to Felon Disenfranchisement Laws, [PDF] Sentencing Project. January, 2000.
- Losing the Vote '98 Sentencing Project & Human Rights Watch. October, 1998.
- Felon Disenfranchisement: Pennsylvania's Sinister Face of Vote Dilution, Jon E. Yount. March, 1998.
- Civil Disabilities of Convicted Felons: A State-by-State Survey, [PDF] Office of the Pardon Attorney. October, 1996.